In the Astroshamanic Binary System, Sun in Aquarius (11) and Moon in Pisces (12) constitute Binary 11.12, or Binary number 132.
11.12 (Sun in Aquarius and Moon in Pisces) integrates the Aquarius qualities, such as independence, humanitarianism, originality, with Pisces’s emotional sensitivity, imagination and transcendence. They highly resonate with non-ordinary frequencies and are able to align with most expanded and advanced states of consciousness, providing abundant inspiration to their environment. Spontaneously friendly and devoted, they combine unconditional involvement with loving detachment, which allows them to be in good terms with all sorts of people.
This binary implies the alignment with the luminous collective consciousness and its higher mind, allowing its power to exercise influence of the fourth dimensione, the collective emotional realm. Aquarius descends as luminous water shedding blessings and unity to the ocean of the soul, filling it with Spirit.
Sun in Aquarius and Moon in Pisces form a semi-sextile (30°) aspect, connecting two consecutive signs, which are most different energies, yet closely linked. The signs involved can work well together as long as they keep their integrity. The first sign, in this case Aquarius, sets the process in motion, and the second (Pisces) follows. Hence as long as Aquarius’ independence, rebelliousness and detachment pave the way, Pisces’ sensitive, imaginative and artisitic skills can provide major blessings on the Aquarian quest.
Two days after exact New Moon we enter into the phase of Crescent Moon, or Sowing Moon. Here the Moon becomes visible westwards after sunset and is 30° to 60° from the Sun, with exact Crescent Moon occurring when the Sun and the Moon are 45° apart (Sun sextile Moon). The first details of the potential of the previous phase begin to emerge. This is a receptive phase, aimed at gathering information and getting ready to take action according to the Intent established or perceived during New Moon. At this stage the multidimensional Intent gently comes to terms with the ordinary reality. The question here is: “How can I translate my Intent into a goal understandable in the third-dimensional reality?” The major impulse for third-dimensional initiation is produced in this phase, which is therefore ideal for clearly identifying and sowing the Intent. This is also a time of digestion, analysis and planning.
Astroshamanic Seal: a prism structure with 12 emanations. Vision: The potion is in a crystal glass, with a small crystal inside. I see a crystal prism, sending light in all directions. I take it with my left hand and feel a great purity. There is also sweet music. It is very pleasant to hold the prism, it gives a sense of deep lightness, detachment and beauty, the capacity to move through thick and dark forms. The prism reflects 12 lights. This is the binary of the institution of Curia Superna.
Astroshamanic Binary Guidance: “Here you can feel at ease. The teaching is about keeping the detachment and being aware that what is essential safely abides within you and can never be removed.”
- 22 January: Saint Vincent, deacon and martyr – Optional Memorial
- 24 January: Saint Francis de Sales, bishop and doctor – Memorial
- 22 January: Saint Angela Merici, virgin – Memorial (Slovenia)
- 23 January: Saint Ildephonsus of Toledo, bishop – Optional Memorial (Spain)
Sri Ramakrishna (11.12.10, Neptune cjn Asc, Uranus cjn Sun) February 18, 1836–August 16, 1886, Hindu religious teacher and an influential figure in the Bengal Renaissance of the Nineteenth century. He was rather unorthodox and controversial in his time, as he did everything straight from the heart and with great enthusiasm. Already at an early age he had out of the ordinary experiences and connections with other realms. As a young priest he became so devoted to the goddess Kali that he felt he could not live any longer without seeing the goddess. Hence he demanded that the goddess appear to him, threatening to take his own life with a ritual dagger. Then the goddess appeared to him as an ocean of light: “When I jumped up like a madman and seized [a sword], suddenly the blessed Mother revealed herself. The buildings with their different parts, the temple, and everything vanished from my sight, leaving no trace whatsoever, and in their stead I saw a limitless, infinite, effulgent Ocean of Consciousness. As far as the eye could see, the shining billows were madly rushing at me from all sides with a terrific noise, to swallow me up. I was caught in the rush and collapsed, unconscious … within me there was a steady flow of undiluted bliss, altogether new, and I felt the presence of the Divine Mother.”
His behaviour was most unpredictable and this worried his family. His parents found him a wife hoping his mental instability was a result of his celibacy. Ramakrishna treated his wife as the Universal Mother Herself. The true nature of their relationship was believed to be beyond the grasp of ordinary minds. Later a group of respected religious leaders convened that Ramakrishna’s madness was “spiritual madness” rather than ordinary madness. They concluded that this was a case of divine madness: Ramakrishna was literally mad for the vision of God.
Ramakrishna had a constant desire to dress and behave as a woman. “How can a man conquer passion? He should assume the attitude of a woman. I spent many days as the handmaid of God. I dressed myself in women’s clothes, put on ornaments and covered the upper part of my body with a scarf, just like a woman. With the scarf on I used to perform the evening worship before the image. Otherwise how could I have kept my wife with me for eight months? Both of us behaved as if we were the handmaid of the Divine Mother”.
He was initiated into Tantra going through many initiations, including heterodox practices called vamachara (left-hand path), which utilise as a means of liberation, activities like eating of parched grain, fish and meat along with drinking of wine and sexual intercourse. He did not directly participate in the last two of those activities, all that he needed was a suggestion of them to produce the desired result. He acknowledged the left-hand tantric path, though it had “undesirable features”, as one of the “valid roads to God-realization”, he consistently cautioned his devotees and disciples against associating with it.
He engaged in the practice of madhura bhāva, the attitude of the Gopis and Radha towards Krishna, dressing himself in women’s attire for several days and regarded himself as one of the Gopis of Vrindavan, in order to root out the idea of sex, which is seen as an impediment in spiritual life.
He was initiated into Islam. He “devoutly repeated the name of Allah, wore a cloth like the Arab Muslims, said their prayer five times daily, and felt disinclined even to see images of the Hindu gods and goddesses, much less worship them—for the Hindu way of thinking had disappeared altogether from my mind.” He practiced Christianity and for several days he was filled with Christian thoughts and no longer thought of going to the Kali temple. Ramakrishna described a vision in which a picture of the Madonna and Child became alive and he had a vision in which Jesus merged with his body. In his own room amongst other divine pictures was one of Christ, and he burnt incense before it morning and evening. There was also a picture showing Jesus Christ saving St Peter from drowning in the water.
The principal source for Ramakrishna’s teaching is Mahendranath Gupta’s Sri Sri Ramakrishna Kathamrita, which is regarded as a Bengali classic, whose most popular translation is The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna by Swami Nikhilananda.
Ramakrishna emphasised God-realisation as the supreme goal of all living beings. Ramakrishna taught that kamini-kanchana (woman and gold) is an obstacle to God-realization. Kamini-kanchan literally translates to Partha Chatterjee wrote that the figure of a woman stands for concepts or entities that have “little to do with women in actuality” and “the figure of woman-and-gold signified the enemy within: that part of one’s own self which was susceptible to the temptations of ever-unreliable worldly success.”
A man is truly free, even here in this embodied state, if he knows that God is the true agent and he by himself is powerless to do anything.
Be not a traitor in your thoughts. Be sincere; act according to your thoughts; and you shall surely succeed. Pray with a sincere and simple heart, and your prayers will be heard.
Disease is the tax which the soul pays for the body, as the tenant pays house-rent for the use of the house.
God can be realized through all paths. All religions are true. The important thing is to reach the roof. You can reach it by stone stairs or by wooden stairs or by bamboo steps or by a rope. You can also climb up by a bamboo pole.
God is in all men, but all men are not in God; that is why we suffer.
If you must be mad, be it not for the things of the world. Be mad with the love of God.
When the divine vision is attained, all appear equal; and there remains no distinction of good and bad, or of high and low.
Work, apart from devotion or love of God, is helpless and cannot stand alone.
Pray to God that your attachment to such transitory things as wealth, name, and creature comforts may become less and less every day.
The world is indeed a mixture of truth and make-believe. Discard the make-believe and take the truth.
It has been revealed to me that there exists an Ocean of Consciousness without limit. From It come all things of the relative plane, and in It they merge again. These waves arising from the Great Ocean merge again in the Great Ocean. I have clearly perceived all these things.
When I think of the Supreme Being as inactive – neither creating nor preserving nor destroying – I call Him Brahman or Purusha, the Impersonal God. When I think of Him as active – creating, preserving and destroying – I call Him Sakti or Maya or Prakriti, the Personal God. But the distinction between them does not mean a difference. The Personal and Impersonal are the same thing, like milk and its whiteness, the diamond and its lustre, the snake and its wriggling motion. It is impossible to conceive of the one without the other. The Divine Mother and Brahman are one.
Étienne-Louis Boullée (February 12, 1728 — February 4, 1799) visionary French neoclassical architect whose work greatly influenced contemporary architects and is still influential today.
Adolphe Mouron Cassandre (January 24, 1901 – June 17, 1968) Ukrainian-French painter, commercial poster artist, and typeface designer.
Régis Franc, born on February 11, 1948 in Lézignan-Corbières, French artist, cartoonist, and writer
Gerhard Richter, (11.12) German painter (born February 9, 1932).
Wilhelm Trübner (11.12.4, Neptune cjn Moon) February 3, 1851 – December 21, 1917, German realist painter of the circle of Wilhelm Leibl.
CINEMA & MEDIA
Yves Ciampi (Uranus cjn Moon) French director, born on February 9, 1921, in Paris, died on November 5, 1982 in Paris.
Greydon Clark (11.12.1) b. February 7, 1943, American film writer, director, producer, and actor. thd majority of his work has been low-budget productions in the action/horror genres.
Vittorio Cottafavi (30 January 1914, Modena, Italy – 14 December 1998) Italian film director and screenwriter. He directed 70 films between 1943 and 1985. Il diavolo sulle colline (1985).
Laura Dern (11.12.12) born February 10, 1967 in Los Angeles, California, American actress.
Troy Donahue (January 27, 1936 – September 2, 2001) American actor, known for being a teen idol.
Carl Theodor Dreyer (3 February 1889 – 20 March 1968) Danish film director. He is regarded by many critics and filmmakers as one of the greatest directors in cinema. His best known films include The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928), Vampyr (1932), Day of Wrath (1943), Ordet (1955), and Gertrud (1964).
Isla Fisher (born February 3, 1976) Australian actress and author.
John Hughes (February 18, 1950 – August 6, 2009) American film director, producer and writer. He scripted some of the most successful films of the 1980s and early 1990s, including National Lampoon’s Vacation; Ferris Bueller’s Day Off; Weird Science; The Breakfast Club; Some Kind of Wonderful; Sixteen Candles; Pretty in Pink; Planes, Trains and Automobiles; Uncle Buck; Career Opportunities; 101 Dalmatians; Home Alone.
Eddie Izzard (11.12.6, Pluto cjn Asc) born February 7, 1962, English stand-up comedian and actor, known for his cross-dressing, rambling, surreal monologue and self-referential pantomime. In addition to touring, he is also a television, stage and film actor, and is active in charity work.
Marcel Jullian (11.12.3, Neptune cjn IC) born January 31, 1922 in Châteaurenard (Bouches-du-Rhône), died June 28, 2004 in Paris, French writer, film director, screenwriter, journalist and playwright.
Karina Lombard (born on January 21, 1969 in Tahiti) actress.
Éric Métayer (11.12.6) born January 2″, 1958 in Paris, French comedian, film director, screenwriter and author.
Paul Newman (11.12.10) American actor, philanthropist, race car driver and race team owner (26 January 1925-d. 2008).
Charlotte Rampling (11.12.11) British actress, 1946
Roger Vadim (11.12.6) French journalist, author, actor, screenwriter, director, and producer (26 January 1928-d. 2000). He launched Brigitte Bardot’s career in the film And God Created Woman. Celebrated for his romances/marriages to beautiful actresses (Brigitte Bardot, Jane Fonda, Catherine Deneuve, Catherine Schneider, Marie-Christine Barrault).
King Vidor (11.12.5) American film director (1894-1982), entered in the Guinness Book of World Records for the longest career as a film director.
Gregory Benford, 30 January 1941, Sun in Aquarius, Moon in Pisces, American science-fiction author and scientist, best known for the Galactic Center Saga novels, The Gods of the Gaps, Crusaders in Hell (1987) and Deep Time: How Humanity Communicates Across Millennia.
Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.
Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer (Uranus cjn Sun) Seville February 17, 1836 – Madrid December 22, 1870, Andalusian post-romanticist writer of poetry and short stories, now considered one of the most important figures in Spanish literature.
John Maxwell Coetzee (born 9 February 1940) author and academic from South Africa, 2003 Nobel Prize in Literature.
Sergio Corazzini (11.12.4) born February 6, 1886 in Rome, died June 17, 1907 in Rome, Italian poet and writer.
Marek Halter, French-Jewish novelist and painter.
M. K. Hobson (11.12) American speculative fiction and fantasy writer 21 January 1969, The Native Star.
E.T.A.Hoffmann (11.12.8) Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann, (24 January 1776 – 25 June 1822) German Romantic author of fantasy and horror, jurist, composer, draftsman and caricaturist. He is the subject and hero of Jacques Offenbach’s opera The Tales of Hoffmann, and the author of the novelette The Nutcracker and the Mouse King, on which the famous ballet The Nutcracker is based. The ballet Coppelia is based on two other stories that Hoffmann wrote. Also Schumann’s Kreisleriana is based on one of Hoffmann’s characters.
The exotic and supernatural elements in the storyline of Ingmar Bergman’s 1982 film Fanny and Alexander derive largely from the stories of Hoffmann. Freud gives an extensive psychoanalytic analysis of Hoffmann’s Sandman in his 1919 essay Das Unheimliche. “Der Sandmann” is the basis of the stop-motion animation film, The Sandman, created by Paul Berry, and nominated for an Oscar. The Residents’ album The Voice of Midnight (2007) is an updated re-telling of “Der Sandmann”. Neil Gaiman’s Sandman series of graphic novels feature a character created by Morpheus (“the Sandman”) called the Corinthian, who steals the eyes of his victims, similarly to Hoffman’s Sandman.
Michio Kaku (11.12.6, Uranus cjn MC) b. January 24, 1947, American theoretical physicist, specializing in string field theory, futurist.. He is a popularizer of science, host of TV and radio programs, and a best-selling author: Hyperspace: A Scientific Odyssey through Parallel Universes, Time Warps, and the Tenth Dimension (1994), Parallel Worlds: A Journey through Creation, Higher Dimensions, and the Future of the Cosmos (2004), Physics of the Impossible (2008), Physics of the Future (2011), and The Future of the Mind (2014).
“Beyond work and love, I would add two other ingredients that give meaning to life. First, to fulfill whatever talents we are born with. However blessed we are by fate with different abilities and strengths, we should try to develop them to the fullest, rather than allow them to atrophy and decay. We all know individuals who did not fulfill the promise they showed in childhood. Many of them became haunted by the image of what they might have become. Instead of blaming fate, I think we should accept ourselves as we are and try to fulfill whatever dreams are within our capability.
Second, we should try to leave the world a better place than when we entered it. As individuals, we can make a difference, whether it is to probe the secrets of Nature, to clean up the environment and work for peace and social justice, or to nurture the inquisitive, vibrant spirit of the young by being a mentor and a guide.”
Raymond Kurzweil, born 12 February 1948, Sun in Aquarius, Moon in Pisces, American inventor, futurist and author (11.12) 1948, The Age of Spiritual Machines, The Singularity Is Near. The key issue as to whether or not a non-biological entity deserves rights really comes down to whether or not it’s conscious…. Does it have feelings.
My view is that consciousness, the seat of “personalness,” is the ultimate reality, and is also scientifically impenetrable. In other words, there is no scientific test one can postulate that would definitively prove its existence in another entity. We assume that other biological human persons, at least those who are at least acting conscious, are indeed conscious. But this too is an assumption, and this shared human consensus breaks down when we go beyond human experience (e.g., the debate on animal consciousness, and by extension animal rights).
Don’t be too concerned about what’s practical. Follow your passion and be who you would like to be.
Machines will follow a path that mirrors the evolution of humans. Ultimately, however, self-aware, self-improving machines will evolve beyond humans’ ability to control or even understand them.
Pierre de Marivaux (February 4, 1688 – February 12, 1763), French novelist and dramatist, considered the most important French playwright of the 18th century, writing numerous comedies for the Comédie-Française and the Comédie-Italienne of Paris. His most important works are Le Jeu de l’Amour et du Hasard and Les Fausses Confidences.
Grant Morrison born 31 January 1960 in Glasgow, Scottish comic book writer and playwright. Known for his nonlinear narratives and counter-cultural leanings, as well as his successful runs on titles like Animal Man, Doom Patrol, JLA, The Invisibles, New X-Men, Fantastic Four, All-Star Superman, and Batman. (11.12),
Real life? What’s that?
The world’s at a crisis point and it’s time to stop bullshitting around with Qabalah and Thelema and Chaos and Information and all the rest of the metaphoric smoke and mirrors designed to make the rubes think magicians are “special” people with special powers. It’s not like that. Everyone does magic all the time in different ways. “Life” plus “significance” = magic.
Toni Morrison (11.12.2) born Chloe Anthony Wofford on February 18, 1931, Nobel Prize-winning American author, editor, and professor. Her novels are known for their epic themes, vivid dialogue, and richly detailed African American characters; among the best known are her novels The Bluest Eye, Song of Solomon, and Beloved, which won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1988.
Ada Negri (11.12.5, Neptune cjn MC) February 3, 1870 – January 11, 1945, Italian poet.
Paul Nizan (11.12.10, Uranus cjn Asc) February 7, 1905–May 23, 1940, French philosopher and writer.
Lou Andreas-Salomé (12 February 1861 – 5 January 1937) Russian-born psychoanalyst and author, in friendship with Nietzsche, Wagner, Freud, and Rilke. She wrote several novels (Im Kampf um Gott, Ruth, Rodinka, Ma, “Fenitschka – eine Ausschweifung), plays, non-fiction studies, such as Henrik Ibsens Frauengestalten (1892), a study of Ibsen’s woman characters, a book on her friend Friedrich Nietzsche, Friedrich Nietzsche in seinen Werke, 1894, one of the most informative books of the 19th century on Nietzsche’s work, and edited a memory-book on her lifelong close friend and onetime lover, the poet Rainer Maria Rilke. She was the first female psychoanalyst and the first woman to write psychoanalytically on female sexuality.
She features widely in fiction and films: Liliana Cavani’s movie Al di la’ del bene e del male (Beyond Good and Evil), with S. is played by Dominique Sanda. Pinchas Perry’s film version of When Nietzsche Wept,with S. is played by Katheryn Winnick. Lou Salome, opera by Giuseppe Sinopoli. Lou Andreas-Salomé, (2016) a German-language movie directed by Cordula Kablitz-Post. Irvin Yalom’s novel, When Nietzsche Wept. Lance Olsen’s novel, Nietzche’s Kisses. Mexican writer Beatriz Rivas’ La hora sin diosas (The time without goddesses). Angela von der Lippe’s The Truth about Lou. Brenda Webster’s Vienna Triangle, and many other works.
Whoever reaches into a rosebush may seize a handful of flowers; but no matter how many one holds, it’s only a small portion of the whole. Nevertheless, a handful is enough to experience the nature of the flowers. Only if we refuse to reach into the bush, because we can’t possibly seize all the flowers at once, or if we spread out our handful of roses as if it were the whole of the bush itself — only then does it bloom apart from us, unknown to us, and we are left alone.
Laura Ingalls Wilder (February 7, 1867 – February 10, 1957) American author, who wrote a series of historical fiction books for children based on her childhood in a pioneer family. Her best-known book is Little House on the Prairie.
Robert E. Zoller (11.12.12) born January 25, 1947 in Mount Vernon, New York, American astrologer, occultist and writer. Arabic Parts in Astrology.
Julian Aguirre, born January 28, 1868 in Buenos Aires, died in 1924, Brazilian musician, guitarist and composer.
Phil Barney, born on February 2, 1957, in Annaba, Algeria, French singer-songwriter. He was particularly successful with his 1987 song “Un Enfant de toi”.
Garth Brooks (11.12.3) born February 7, 1962 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, American country music singer-songwriter.
Dennis Brown (February 1, 1957 – July 1, 1999) Jamaican reggae singer.
Eddie Cantor (11.12.6) January 31, 1892 – October 10, 1964, American comedian, singer, actor, and songwriter.
Shim Changmin (born February 18, 1988) also known as Max (internationally), Choikang Changmin in Japan, and Shen Changmin (Chinese: 沈昌珉; pinyin: Shén Chăngmín) in China and Taiwan, Korean singer, songwriter and occasional actor best known as one-half of South Korean musical duo TVXQ.
JR O Chrome, born Karim Ballo January 25, 1985 in Paris, French musician, a member of group Sexion d’Assaut.
Barbara Cola (11.12.3) born February 8, 1970 in Bologna, Italian singer. “In Amore” (1994) sung with Morandi, “Come quando piove al sole” (2000).
Sam Cooke (11.12.3) January 22, 1931 – December 11, 1964, American gospel, R&B, soul, pop singer, songwriter, and entrepreneur, one of the founders of soul music, and one of the most important singers in soul music history. He had 29 Top 40 hits in the U.S. between 1957 and 1965, like “You Send Me”, “Chain Gang”, “Wonderful World” and “Bring It on Home to Me”.
Rinaldo Del Monte (Sorbolo, 5 febbraio 1946) cantautore italiano.
Sacha Distel (11.12.4, Saturn cjn Sun) January 29, 1933 – July 22, 2004, French singer. In the 1960s, he composed ‘La Belle Vie’, a tune that made its way across the Atlantic as ‘The Good Life’.
Lola Flores (11.12) Sun Aquarius, Moon Pisces, Spanish singer (21 January 1923 – died 1995). In the following song (Ay pena, penita, pena) Aquarian intention and release passionately blend: “If in the firmament I would have power, this dark night like a well, with a little moon knife I would cut the grilles of your jail. If I were the queen of the daylight, of the wind and the sea, slave ropes I would tie myself for your freedom. Ay sorrow, little sorrow, sorrow… sorrow of my heart that flows inside my veins with the strength of a cyclone. It’s the same as a cloudy spell, of darkness and flint it’s a runaway colt that doesn’t know where it’s going. It’s a desert made of sand -sorrow- it’s my glory in a jail. Ay jail, ay jail, ay sorrow, little sorrow, sorrow! I don’t want flowers, money or cheers, I want they to let me cry your sorrow, and to be by your side, my dear drinking the weeping of your loneliness. My eyes are hurting me because I look without seeing you, I grumble about myself, they are guilty of your bad luck, my April roses. Ay sorrow, little sorrow, sorrow…”
Fabian Forte (11.12.10) born February 6, 1943, better known as Fabian, American teen idol of the late 1950s and early 1960s.
Jacqueline François, born January 30, 1922 in Neuilly-sur-Seine, French singer.
Jerry Goldsmith (11.12.12) February 10, 1929 – July 21, 2004, American film score composer from Los Angeles, California, nominated for eighteen Academy Awards (winning one, for The Omen), and also won four Emmy Awards. He worked in a wide variety of film and television genres, but is most prominently associated with action, suspense, and sci-fi/horror films.
Alex Harvey (11.12.10) February 5, 1935 – February 4, 1982, Scottish rock and roll recording artist, known for his charismatic persona and daredevil stage antics, with his Sensational Alex Harvey Band, renowned for its eclecticism and energetic live performance.
Cheb Hasni (born Hasni Chekroun on February 1, 1968 in Oran, Algeria, died September 29, 1994) performer of Algerian Raï music. Popular across North Africa, Hasni is most well known for his love songs, but he also dealt with taboo subjects such as divorce and alcohol. Amongst his hits: “Beraka” (“The Shack”), “El Visa”, “Pour te faire plaisir”. His fame and controversial songs led to his receiving death threats from Islamic fundamentalist extremists and was the first raï musician to be murdered.
Jain (born Jeanne Galice, on February 7, 1992) French singer-songwriter.
Michael Jones (11.12.7, Neptune cjn Asc) born 28 January 1952, Welsh singer, guitarist, and song writer who lives in France.
Sylvain Lelièvre, born February 7, 1943 in Limoilou, Quebec, died April 30, 2002, Canadian musician, singer, author and composer.
Mauro Pagani (born February 5, 1946) Italian musician and singer.
Lisa Marie Presley (11.12.5) American singer and actress, 1968.
Nick Mason (born January 27, 1944 in Birmingham, England), drummer for Pink Floyd. and only consistent member of the band since its formation. He also competes in auto racing.
Mayte Mateos, born on February 7, 1951 in Logroño, La Rioja, Spanish singer and dancer, a member of the duo Baccara
Mary McCreary (11.12.5) born February 8, 1951 in San Francisco, American rock singer.
Lucía Méndez (born January 26, 1955, in León, Guanajuato) Mexican telenovela and film actress, top model and singer that has sold over 10 million records world wide.
Marcus Mumford (born 31 January 1987) English musician, best known as the lead singer of the band Mumford & Sons.
Roberto Murolo, born January 23, 1912 in Naples and died March 13, 2003 in Naples, Italian singer and actor
Billy Ocean (born 21 January 1950, Fyzabad, Trinidad), Grammy Award-winning British-based popular music performer with international pop hits in the 1970s and 1980s, the main British-based R&B singer / songwriter of the 1980s.
Axl Rose, born William Bruce Rose, Jr. on February 6, 1962, American musician, best known as the vocalist of Guns N’ Roses.
Michel Sardou (11.12.3, Uranus cjn Asc) born January 26, 1947, French singer, known for his love songs (“La Maladie d’Amour”) and for dealing with various social and political issues, such as the rights of women in Islamic countries, clerical celibacy, colonialism and death penalty. A number of his hit songs were written in collaboration with Jacques Revaux, a few others (most notably “En Chantant”) with Italian singer Toto Cutugno.
Franz Schubert (11.12.4, Pluto cjn MC) January 31, 1797 – November 19, 1828, Austrian composer ranked among the greatest composers of the late Classical and early Romantic eras and one of the most frequently performed composers of the early nineteenth century. He was very prolific, writing over 1,500 works in his short career, mainly songs for solo voice and piano (over 600). Some of his songs focus on mythology and on the poetry of his friend Johann Mayrhofer. Thirteen mythological Mayrhofer-songs sing through the “I” of a mythological character and address a god for aid. Mayrhofer’s poems tell a Gnostic narrative of man’s desire to unite with god.
He has featured as a character in a number of films including Schubert’s Dream of Spring (1931), Gently My Songs Entreat (1933), Serenade (1940), The Great Awakening (1941), It’s Only Love (1947), Franz Schubert (1953), Das Dreimäderlhaus (1958), and Notturno (1986).
Steven Peter Stapleton (11.12) born 3 February 1957 in Finchley, London, British musician and the only constant member of experimental improv outfit Nurse with Wound. Gnostic themes are present in his albums, such as in Nurse With Wound (Thunder Perfect Mind).
Ray Stevens (born Harold Ray Ragsdale, January 24, 1939, Clarkdale, Georgia) American country music, pop singer-songwriter
Andy Taylor (born 16 February 1961) English guitarist, singer, and songwriter, best known as a member of Duran Duran and The Power Station. He has also performed as a solo artist, and served as a record producer for several other artists.
Gökhan Tepe (born Istanbul, February 8, 1978) Turkish singer.
Simon Wickham-Smith (11.12) British musician, former Buddhist monk, translator, astrologer 2 February 1968.
John Williams (born February 8, 1932) Academy Award, Grammy, Golden Globe and BAFTA Award Winning American composer, conductor and pianist. Author of many of the most famous film scores in history, including those for Jaws, Star Wars, Superman, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, the Indiana Jones films, Jurassic Park, Hook, Schindler’s List, Born on the Fourth of July, and Harry Potter.
Warren Zevon (January 24, 1947 – September 7, 2003) Grammy Award-winning American rock singer-songwriter and musician. He was noted for his offbeat, sardonic view of life which was reflected in his dark, sometimes humorous songs, which often incorporated political or historical themes.
Anne (11.12.8) 6 February 1665 Julian calendar (16 February Gregorian calendar) – 1 August 1714, Queen of England, Scotland and Ireland on 8 March 1702, succeeding William III, she reigned for twelve years until her death. Her life was marked by many crises, both personally and relating to succession of the Crown and religious polarisation. Because she died childless, Anne was the last monarch of the House of Stuart. She was succeeded by her second cousin, George I, of the House of Hanover, who was related to the Stuart kings Charles I and James I via dynastic marriage.
Susan Brownell Anthony (February 15, 1820 – March 13, 1906) American civil rights leader who played a pivotal role in the 19th century women’s rights movement to introduce women’s suffrage into the United States.
Hans-Adam II (Johannes (Hans) Adam Ferdinand Alois Josef Maria Marko d’Aviano Pius von und zu Liechtenstein (11.12.5) born 14 February 1945, Zurich, reigning Prince of Liechtenstein.
Henry VII (11.12.9) January 28, 1457 – April 21, 1509, King of England, Lord of Ireland (August 22, 1485 – April 21, 1509) born Henry Tudor (Welsh Harri Tudur), the first monarch of the Tudor dynasty.
Huey Newton (11.12.8) February 17, 1942 – August 22, 1989, co-founder and leader of the Black Panther Party for Self Defense, a black internationalist and racial equality organization that began in October 1966.
Galeazzo Maria Sforza (January 24, 1444 – assassinated, December 26, 1476) Duke of Milan from 1466 until his death. He was famous for being lustful, cruel and tyrannical.
Camillo Cardinal Ruini (11.12.9) born February 19, 1931, Italian prelate of the Catholic Church, Vicar General of the Diocese of Rome, and elevated to the cardinalate in 1991.
Kenneth Wilber (11.12.7; Neptune Instrument) born 31 January 1949 in Oklahoma City, OK, Sun in Aquarius, Moon in Pisces, Ascendant in Libra, American author on mysticism, philosophy, ecology, and developmental psychology. His work formulates what he calls Integral Theory of Consciousness.
In his first book The Spectrum of Consciousness (1973) he sought to integrate knowledge from disparate fields. In 1983, Wilber was married for a second time, this time to Terry (Treya) Killam who was shortly thereafter diagnosed with breast cancer. From the fall of 1984 until 1987, Wilber gave up most of his writing to focus on caring for her till her death in 1989 and their joint experience was recorded in the 1991 book Grace and Grit.
Other works: Sex, Ecology, Spirituality (1995), the massive first volume of a proposed Kosmos Trilogy. A Brief History of Everything (1996) a popularised summary of the previous book in the form of an imagined, extended interview. The Eye of Spirit (1997) a compilation of articles he had written for the journal ReVision on the relationship between science and religion. A Theory of Everything (2000) bridging business, politics, science and spirituality and showing how they integrate with theories of developmental psychology, such as Spiral Dynamics. Boomeritis (2002) a novel which attempts to expose what he perceives as the egotism of a generation born between 1945–1964, collectively known as “Baby Boomers” or “Boomers” for the booming number of births that took place during those years. Since 1987, Wilber has lived in Boulder, Colorado, where he is working on his Kosmos trilogy and overseeing the work of the Integral Institute.
One of Wilber’s main interests is in mapping what he calls the “neo-perennial philosophy”, an integration of some of the views of mysticism typified by Aldous Huxley’s The Perennial Philosophy with an account of cosmic evolution akin to that of the Indian philosopher Sri Aurobindo. He rejects most of the tenets of “Perennialism” and the associated anti-evolutionary view of history as a regression from past ages or yugas.. Instead, he embraces a more traditionally Western notion of the great chain of being. As in the work of Jean Gebser. In agreement with Mahayana Buddhism, he believes that reality is ultimately a nondual union of emptiness and form, with form being innately subject to development over time.
Wilber argues for the value of mystical realization and in opposition to metaphysical naturalism:
Are the mystics and sages insane? Because they all tell variations on the same story, don’t they? The story of awakening one morning and discovering you are one with the All, in a timeless and eternal and infinite fashion. Yes, maybe they are crazy, these divine fools. Maybe they are mumbling idiots in the face of the Abyss. Maybe they need a nice, understanding therapist. Yes, I’m sure that would help. But then, I wonder. Maybe the evolutionary sequence really is from matter to body to mind to soul to spirit, each transcending and including, each with a greater depth and greater consciousness and wider embrace. And in the highest reaches of evolution, maybe, just maybe, an individual’s consciousness does indeed touch infinity—a total embrace of the entire Kosmos—a Kosmic consciousness that is Spirit awakened to its own true nature. It’s at least plausible. And tell me: is that story, sung by mystics and sages the world over, any crazier than the scientific materialism story, which is that the entire sequence is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying absolutely nothing? Listen very carefully: just which of those two stories actually sounds totally insane? (Ken Wilber, A Brief History of Everything, 42-3)
A key idea in Wilber’s philosophical approach is the holon, which came from the writings of Arthur Koestler. In considering what might be the basic building blocks of existence, he observed that it seems every entity and concept shares a dual nature: as a whole unto itself, and as a part of some other whole. For example, a cell in an organism is a whole and at the same time a part of another whole, the organism.
Another example is that a letter is a self-existing entity and simultaneously an integral part of a word, which then is part of a sentence, which is part of a paragraph, which is part of a page; and so on. Everything from quarks to matter to energy to ideas can be looked at in this way.
In Sex, Ecology, Spirituality, Wilber outlines approximately twenty tenets that characterize all holons. These tenets form the basis of Wilber’s model of manifest reality. Each holon, or unit of reality that is both a whole and a part of a larger whole, has an interior and an exterior. It also exists as an individual and (assuming more than one of these entities exists) as a collective. Observing the holon from the outside constitutes an exterior perspective on that holon. Observing it from the inside is the interior perspective, and so forth. If you map these four perspectives into quadrants, you have four quadrants, or dimensions (these are unrelated to the three spatial dimensions). All holons have multiple lines of development, or intelligences—in fact, over two dozen have been observed. They include cognitive, ethical, aesthetic, spiritual, kinesthetic, affective, musical, spatial, logical-mathematical, karmic, etc. One can be highly developed cognitively (cerebrally smart) without being highly morally developed (as in the case of Nazi doctors). However, Wilber acknowledges, you cannot be highly morally developed without the pre-requisite cognitive development. So not all of the developmental lines are ontologically equivalent.
The concept of levels follows closely on the concept of lines of development. The more highly developed you are in a particular line, the higher level you are at in that line.
States refer to those aspects of consciousness that are temporal, passing, experiential, and phenomenal. Wilber’s later works develop close relations between states and levels/lines (or structures) but the relations between these two major aspects of consciousness are often misconstrued . The misunderstanding is based on the idea that a person can “peak experience” a higher structure which, as Wilber has said, would be like a first year piano student playing for a moment like a seasoned virtuoso. Even though the vocabulary (subtle, causal, nondual) of states and of higher structures is similar, higher states do not equate with higher structures. Wilber’s mantra to quell this misunderstanding is: “States are free but structures are earned.” One has to build or earn structure, it can’t be peak experienced for free. What can be peak experienced however are higher states of freedom from the structure one already inhabits so at any level one can experience these deeper/higher states.
In his book Integral Spirituality (Shambhala 2006) Wilber identifies few varieties of states: the most important, with regard to the consciousness of most higher animals, are the three diurnal cycling natural states: waking, dreaming, and sleeping. Within waking and dreaming states there are phenomenal states which arise from interior sources such as bodily sensations, emotions, mental ideas, memories, or inspirations, or from exterior sources such as our sensorimotor inputs, seeing, hearing, touching, smelling, tasting. A third category of states, altered states, is divided into two groups, 1) Exogenous or induced states: states which are intentionally generated from outside or exterior influences such as psychedelic and other drug-induced states; hypnosis and hypnotherapy; psycho-therapeutic techniques; gestalt therapy; psychodrama; voice dialogue techniques; biofeedback states; forms of guided imagery; and 2) Endogenous or trained states: states which are intentionally generated from inside or from interior influences such as various performance enhancement techniques in sports therapy; meditative training which work on calming, relaxation, equanimity states; and mental imaging and visualization such as tonglen meditation. Some techniques such as Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP) work with both endogenous and exogenous types. A fourth category of states is spontaneous or peak states which refer to unintentional or unexpected shifts of awareness from gross to subtle or causal states of consciousness
We move from part to whole and back again, and in that dance of comprehension, in that amazing circle of understanding, we come alive to meaning, to value, and to vision: the very circle of understanding guides our way, weaving together the pieces, healing the fractures, mending the torn and tortured fragments, lighting the way ahead — this extraordinary movement from part to whole and back again, with healing the hallmark of each and every step, and grace the tender reward.
In fact, at this point in history, the most radical, pervasive, and earth-shaking transformation would occur simply if everybody truly evolved to a mature, rational, and responsible ego, capable of freely participating in the open exchange of mutual self-esteem. There is the “edge of history.” There would be a real New Age.
José Arguelles born on 24 January 1939, Sun in Aquarius, Moon in Pisces, Ascendant in Leo, (died 23 March 2011), 11.12.5, world-renowned author, artist, visionary and educator, best know for his role in initiating the Harmonic Convergence global peace meditation in August 1987. He was the founder of Planet Art Network and the Foundation for the Law of Time, which is described in Time and the Technosphere (2002). He is also the first who introduced the date December 21, 2012 into mass consciousness. For Argüelles the 12-month Gregorian calendar and the 60-minute hour is a construct that arbitrarily regulates human life and operates disconnected from the natural “synchronic order”. He promotes the release of the Gregorian calendar and its replacement with a thirteen moon, 28 day calendar, so as to “get the human race back on course”. “Time and again human consciousness fixates, and slams the door on its greatest gift, the open-endedness of infinite possibility. As a result we do not experience reality but merely our concept of it.”
The power of the mind created the machine and the artificial time that governs our lives. Returned to itself, the power of the mind can ultimately heal all things. The power of a hundred thousand minds synchronized as a single planetary consciousness focused on a single point could alter the evolution of our mind and spirit irrevocably while providing us with the knowledge, insight and telepathic skills to turn our crisis into the second creation.
Swami Paramananda Saraswati (11.12.1, Uranus cjn MC) born February 15, 1907, died December 4, 1972, guru and Vedanta teacher.
Other celebrities with 11.12:
Ilya Prigogine, (25 January 1917 – 28 May 2003), Sun in Aquarius, Moon in Pisces, Belgian physical chemist and Nobel Laureate noted for his work on dissipative structures, complex systems, and irreversibility.
The future is uncertain… but this uncertainty is at the very heart of human creativity.
André Citroen (11.12.8) February 5, 1878 – July 3, 1935, French Jewish entrepreneur of Dutch and Polish descent, remembered chiefly for the make of car named after him and for his invention of double helical gears.
John Boyd Dunlop (Uranus cjn Moon, Neptune cjn Sun) February 5, 1840 – October 23, 1921), born in Scotland, the inventor who was one of the founders of the rubber company that bore his name, Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Company.
Louis Renault (11.12.4, Saturn cjn MC) February 15, 1877, Paris, France – October 24, 1944, French industrialist and one of the foremost pioneers of the automobile industry.
Carroll Righter (11.12.12, Saturn cjn MC) February 2, 1900-April 30, 1988, known as the “astrologer to the stars.” He wrote a syndicated daily advice column for 166 newspapers around the world, and was reputed to be an advisor to Ronald and Nancy Reagan. Righter, who liked to be called the “gregarious Aquarius,’ began doing charts for Hollywood notables in 1938 and became a columnist in 1950.
Handorian States Reference:
HSS 11-12, State of Yukal, Nation of LNCM
LNCM is a major experimental and advanced nation, a relevant cradle for Handorian multidimensional scientific development. This nation consists of 12 city islands, all entirely suspended in the Yukalian Sky. LNCM in version 3 provides significant assistants to Pioneers located in the Human Arbitrary Configuration. It is an area of particular intensity as regards pioneering enterprises of realignment of fourth dimensional and fifth dimensional settings.
Names: Laxmanram (Blessedness of Ultimate Reality)
Provisional Territorial Units:
REGION D11-12: FINLAND
Pahai LNMC – Nation of LNCM – MCNL fo Noitan
Binary 133 – Uriah Taepeh
2½-5° Aquarius; Aquarius/Uranus.
Skandie Pradesia:Helsinke Samaya. YUKAL
D11-12: FINLAND, EASTERN, North Karelia: Joensuu (1); Southern Savonia: Mikkeli (2); Northern Savonia: Kuopio (3); Kainuu: Kajaani (4); Northern Ostrobothnia: Oulu (5). NORTHERN, Lappland: Rovaniemi (10), Kemi-Tornio (6); Eastern Lapland (7); Tunturi Lapland (8), Northern Lapland (9). Åland Islands: Fasta Åland, Mariehamn (12), Brändö, Föglö, Kökar, Kumlinge, Sottunga, Vårdö (11).
2½-5°Aquarius; Aquarius/Pisces; Aquarius/Uranus: 4°Aquarius12’: Beta Capricorni, Dabih.
Skandie Pradesia: Helsinke Samaya.YUKAL, LNCM.
11-12-1 FINLAND, Eastern Finland, North Karelia
11-12-2 FINLAND, Eastern Finland, Southern Savonia: Mikkeli
11-12-3 Eastern Finland, Northern Savonia;
11-12-4 FINLAND, Oulu, Kainuu
11-12-5 FINLAND, Oulu, Northern Ostrobothnia: Oulu
11-12-6 FINLAND, Lapland, Kemi-Tornio
11-12-7 FINLAND, Lapland, Eastern Lapland
11-12-8 FINLAND, Lapland, Tunturi Lapland
11-12-9 FINLAND, Lapland, Northern Lapland
11-12-10 FINLAND, Lapland, Rovaniemi, Rovaniemi SCP
11-12-11 FINLAND, Åland Islands: Brändö; Föglö; Kökar; Kumlinge; Sottunga; Vårdö
11-12-12 FINLAND, Åland Islands: Fasta Åland, Mariehamn
Binary Programme 1 – Pahekarubhe 1: 11.12 – 170299
In the multidimensional Sacred Cone Circle I am reminded that the task is to connect the inner with the outer circle. I see all possible inner forms, including those of whom I experience more problems. I have not seen them for some time, and they keep causing troubles from the fourth dimension. These same beings behave in a most loving way within the multidimensional Circle and its Council. They invite me to continue with the work, disregarding the issues they appear to cause in the fourth dimension, and giving me their full support and
“What counts is that you keep a constant rapport with the Sacred Council, without being distracted by what appears to happen outside. You are aware that what the space suits express has nothing to do with what is within the suits themselves. You have had experience of how the outer situations can change very fast when you employ the energy of love and light. These qualities come from the Centre and the connection with its Council. Keep the channel open. I invite you to embrace the inner forms of those with whom you experience grievances outside. Disregard what appears to happen. Bring your awareness on the light that you see now with us. Allow wounds to be released. Towards the outer forms you have no debt, once you clarify that this is the case. Give priority to the relationship with us and accept what happens outwardly as an inevitable consequence. You have allegiance towards the luminous parts and not the dark ones. The dark ties are only to be released. You have total power within, while outside you are not responsible about what occurs. Your work is about relating inwardly and as a result the outer world will change. You cannot change outwardly for what you see there is a collective hallucination of which you are not the only protagonist. You are not responsible for the outer, your responsibility is for the inner.”
I ask the inner forms support for the realisation of the intents.
I am told to accept the alliances and their support, opening up to new opportunities.
I move with into Quiumakai, accessing sector 11, through a corridor full of crystals and weird objects. The area of sector 11 is rather high tech, full of glamorous space equipment. The potion is in a crystal glass, with a small crystal inside. I see a crystal prism, sending light in all directions. I take it with my left hand and feel a great purity. There is also sweet music. It is very pleasant to hold the prism, it gives a sense of deep lightness, detachment and beauty, the capacity to move through thick and dark forms. The prism reflects 12 lights.
“There is not much to say about 11.12. It is related with your origins. Here you can feel at ease. The teaching is about keeping the detachment and being aware that what is essential abides within you.”
Dall’accesso alla Residenza di Handor, ritorno al vecchio Cerchio multidimensionale (Pahai Etnai) riunito in Consiglio grazie all’aiuto di Cervo. Sono contento di rivedere Cervo e lo invito a essere presente nei miei sogni e a ricordarmi le sue medicine. Sono felice di vedere i membri del Consiglio. Ora mi ricordo che il mio obiettivo è proprio quello di collegare i due Cerchi, il cerchio di Pahai Etnai e quello esterno di terza dimensione. Vedo ogni possibile forma interiore e anche quelle di coloro con cui ho maggiori apparenti problemi. Queste persone esistono praticamente solo nel mio mondo interiore poiché non le vedo all’esterno da molto tempo. Esse continuano ad aggredirmi nel mondo astrale, nella prospettiva dei Graha Ilibisi.
Noto invece che nel Consiglio si mostrano di grande supporto e amore. Mi invitano ad andare avanti nel lavoro, senza fare attenzione agli apparenti disturbi che derivano da essi in quarta dimensione, e mi danno con chiarezza il loro pieno supporto.
“Ciò che conta” dice la Guida “è che mantieni costante il rapporto con il Consiglio interiore e che non ti fai distrarre da quello che sembra accadere all’esterno. Sai bene che ciò che le tute spaziali esternano non ha niente a che vedere con ciò che esiste dentro di loro. Hai avuto esperienza di come le situazioni esterne cambiano velocemente quando si usa energia, luce e amore. Queste qualità vengono dal Centro e dalla connessione con il Consiglio. Tieni il canale aperto. Ti invito ad abbracciare le forme interiori di coloro con cui sei in apparente rancore all’esterno. Non fare caso a ciò che sembra succedere. Porta l’attenzione alla luce che vedi ora qui in noi. Fai quello che hai fatto con tua madre fisica. Lascia passare le ferite e difenditi pure se è necessario. Verso le forme esteriori non hai alcun debito allorché sei stato chiaro. E tu con esse lo sei stato. Confrontati solo con noi e accetta ciò che accadrà all’esterno come conseguenza. Sei legato alle parti di luce e non a quelle di buio. I cordoni di buio sono solo da lasciar andare. Hai totale potere all’interno. All’esterno non è tua responsabilità ciò che succede. Il tuo lavoro è quello di relazionarti all’interno e come conseguenza il mondo esterno cambierà. Non puoi cambiare tu da solo il mondo perché è legato a un’allucinazione collettiva di cui non sei l’unico protagonista. Non sei responsabile per l’esterno, ma per l’interno”.
Le forme interiori dicono che questo periodo di silenzio è necessario, mi invitano ad andare a organizzare cose in altri luoghi. Sentono il mio supporto e amore. Le invito a partecipare al lavoro come segue:
“Mi rivolgo alla vostra essenza e chiedo supporto per la realizzazione degli Intenti”.
Come condizione del Consiglio mi viene chiesto di accettare le alleanze e di superare le paure relative all’esterno, di aprirmi alle opportunità, di accettare il supporto e di andare avanti come parte del mio esercizio.
Con Cervo e la Guida, dopo aver spostato la pietra cristallina di accesso al Settore 11, scendo infine in Quiumakai. Il corridoio è pieno di cristalli e di oggetti energetici bizzarri. In Quiumakai la zona del Settore 11 è alquanto tecnologica e spaziale. Ci sono macchinari di luce e raggi di ogni colore. E’ molto bello e mi sento eccitato. Noto anche il Cerchio che vidi dieci anni fa dopo il mio ritorno dall’India. La pozione è in un bicchiere di cristallo e contiene un piccolo cristallo all’interno. Vedo un prisma di cristallo che manda luci in ogni direzione. Lo prendo nella mano sinistra e sento una grande purezza. C’è pure una dolce musica. Sento che ha a che fare con il fiore mutante e con lo Strumento del Settore 11. E’ bello tenere il prisma tra le mani. Dona un senso di leggerezza, distacco e bellezza. La capacità di passare attraverso lo spessore delle forme dense e oscure.
“Non c’è molto da dire riguardo il rapporto binario 11/12. Esso è in rapporto con le tue origini. Qui ti puoi sentire molto a tuo agio. L’insegnamento è quello di mantenere il distacco e renderti conto che tutto l’essenziale è dentro di te. Ciò che ti è stato detto sulle forme interiori è connesso con questo spazio. Il sigillo è un prisma che riflette 12 luci”.